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Old 02-17-2004, 03:13 AM   #4516
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Old 02-17-2004, 03:24 AM   #4517
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I would not know or have not personally seen how these inserts look like. You should be looking at part number 801159.
Do you carry a manual with you? You seem to know every part number
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Old 02-17-2004, 05:05 AM   #4518
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What bodies was used for the winternats? Which bodies were being used for the top 3 drivers?
See for yourself.

http://www.forgas.org:1089/0/FILE/19...7/DSC_0012.JPG

1. protoform alpha
2. i think its the chevron model Infiniti G350GT
3. Mazda 6

Regarding the fuel tank. Most 710's were barely passing tech. 75cc goes right up to the brim. My tank has the mount for the insert, but I didn't bother putting anything in it because it had passed tech each time.
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Old 02-17-2004, 08:14 AM   #4519
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Do you carry a manual with you? You seem to know every part number
This is the question that I always forgot to ask Mr. D
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Old 02-17-2004, 08:26 AM   #4520
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Thank you all regrading my 2-speed PIN question....and I should thought about the left pulley can be adjust....afterall, I think I am still a rookie....at least a rookie for the 710 (man, this thing is not as easy as the previous version............Serpent should mention "PHD" degree in rocket science enginneering required on their setup manuals....LOL)
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Old 02-17-2004, 08:30 AM   #4521
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That's a nice ride Pit !

Give them hell !

p/s: Are you using Power tires? YGPM.
Yes, I'll be using Power and Elligi tires this racing season. Got your e-mail and sent one back.
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Old 02-17-2004, 08:53 AM   #4522
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That paint on that body is TIGHT! Did you do that yourself? Good job and nice body btw
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Is it possbile to charge 2 rx batteries at once with a Tekin charger? I plan to have a wire that splits with two adapters to charge 2 packs at once. I think the only problem is how would it know when it is fully charged if one pack peaks first? Would I have to set it on a timer? Im sure some of you charge both your starter batteries together at once correct?
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Is it possbile to charge 2 rx batteries at once with a Tekin charger? I plan to have a wire that splits with two adapters to charge 2 packs at once. I think the only problem is how would it know when it is fully charged if one pack peaks first? Would I have to set it on a timer? Im sure some of you charge both your starter batteries together at once correct?
Probably not worth it. Current will be divided between the two packs (as you'll be charging them in parallel) and will therefore take twice as long. No free lunch.
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Probably not worth it. Current will be divided between the two packs (as you'll be charging them in parallel) and will therefore take twice as long. No free lunch.
Well usually I charge them at 3-4 amps, since you mentioned it will take double the time then what if I raise the amp to 7-8amps? Maybe if I keep checking the temperatures of the batteries?
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Well usually I charge them at 3-4 amps, since you mentioned it will take double the time then what if I raise the amp to 7-8amps? Maybe if I keep checking the temperatures of the batteries?
I don't charge my RX batteries at more than 125mA, that's between 24 and 32 times less than what you normally charge yours at! I wouldn't honestly charge RX batteries at more than an Amp at the most. Keep a careful eye on those battery temps.

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Does anyone have or know of a place to see video footage of the 710 in action, I have a 710 but its so Freakin cold out here I can't run it yet. Just wanted to see it in action
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Does anyone have or know of a place to see video footage of the 710 in action, I have a 710 but its so Freakin cold out here I can't run it yet. Just wanted to see it in action
LOL! Man thats the funniest thing I have heard in awhile MAn I feel you, I had that itch for the longest time when I just got my 710 and it rained for almost a month. Actually I dont know if there are any videos of the 710, maybe you can check out this site later if they will have the winternats race. But by the time its out im sure it wont be as cold

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MAn I need to get a tire truer? That stuff aint cheap!
You can always make one no? They make all kinds of RC stuff in Taiwan!
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It will make it's debut this weekend w/ a hand modded Palmaris NS12 Novarossi ....
You lucky man ... hand-modded Palmaris.

I wish I had one.
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